Talk:Multimedia/2013-14 Goals

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Workflows which Wikipedia editors use to find and publish media files on articles[edit | edit source]

These seem to be the core pages/recommendations.

  1. w:Wikipedia:Finding images tutorial - A simple step by step guide through some of the below.
  2. w:Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Images#Obtaining images
    1. Search Wikimedia
      • Wikipedia
      • Commons
      • related articles on other language Wikipedias
    2. Create your own
      • Tips and Tutorials
    3. Search the internet
  3. w:Wikipedia:Requested pictures
    1. add a request template to the talkpage
      • {{reqphoto}} - 134,729 transclusions
      • {{reqmap}} - 83
      • {{reqmapin}} - 5,209
      • {{reqdiagram}} - 663
      • {{Chemical drawing needed}} - 39
      • {{Building diagram needed}} - 81
      • {{reqvideo}} - 185
      • {{reqaudio}} - 296
    2. add imageneeded=yes or needs-photo=yes or similar to a WikiProject Banner. E.g.
      • {{WikiProject Video games|screenshot=yes}} - for video game screenshots
      • {{WikiProject Television|needs-image=yes}} - for Television programs screenshot.
    Also commons:Commons:Picture requests and commons:Commons:Audio and video requests


Plus various content-specific pages, e.g. for maps:

Quiddity (talk) 01:20, 31 July 2013 (UTC)

I'm not sure how to go about answering "Can we quantify which discovery/publishing tools/workflows are used the most? Map out the most popular workflows?". Any ideas/suggestions? –Quiddity (talk) 05:38, 28 August 2013 (UTC)